Sergio Endrigo

Sergio Endrigo
Born (1933-06-15)15 June 1933
Pola, Istria, Italy
Died 7 September 2005(2005-09-07) (aged 72)
Rome, Lazio, Italy

Sergio Endrigo (15 June 1933 – 7 September 2005) was an Italian singer-songwriter.

Born in Pola, Istria, he has been often compared—for style and nature—to authors of the so-called "Genoa school" like Gino Paoli, Fabrizio De André, Luigi Tenco, and Bruno Lauzi.

He won the Sanremo Music Festival in 1968 with the song "Canzone per te", sung with Roberto Carlos. The same year he represented Italy

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